Two more women have gone missing, one in Johannesburg and another in Tembisa.
These latest reported kidnappings come as the nation mobilises against violent crimes against women, with three days of protests taking place in the Cape Town CBD.
The large gatherings saw protesters making their way to the Cape Town International Convention Centre after initially gathering at Parliament.
Cabinet expressed its condolences with the families and friends of Uyinene Mrwetyana, Leighandre Jegels, Jesse Hess, Nolunde Vumsindo, Angelique Clark-Abrahams, Meghan Cremer, Ayakha Jiyane and her three siblings, and all women and children who had been brutally murdered by men.
Mrwetyana, a UCT student, was raped and murdered at a Cape Town post office last month, while Jegels was shot and killed by her estranged police officer boyfriend.
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